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This escape room in Canada is set in one of Canada's most haunted buildings

This terrifying escape room in Canada is considered to be one of the most haunted places in Canada.

Tranquille Farm Fresh escape room in Kamloops, B.C. is set in a haunted sanatorium, originally used as a hospital for tuberculosis patients in 1907. The hospital was replaced by a mental institution almost 50 years later, which permanently closed in 1983.

Rumour has it that you can still hear eerie cries in the underground tunnels beneath the building.

Tranquille Farm Fresh runs seasonal rotating escape rooms; past themes include "Enigma Women" and "Escape from Padova" — a thrilling chase through the dark tunnels beneath the building.

The escape rooms typically run from September to early November.

For those brave enough to try it out, make sure to keep your eyes peeled as you enter the children's ward; visitors often hear the dismebodied voices of children playing.

Some have even heard a mother crying for her children from a few floors above.

Looking for a more relaxed experience? Tranquille Farm Fresh also offers a Heritage Tour, where visitors can explore magnificent historic barns and other restored farm buildings.

The farm also hosts pumpkin picking and a corn maze in October.

If creepy buildings are your thing, make sure to check out this spooky power plant in B.C. where The Blair Witch Project was filmed, too.

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Tanquille Fresh Farms

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